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When & Where to Vote on Primary Election Day May 20

Started by Shelli Russell. Last reply by Grover Smith May 22. 1 Reply

My personal take on the Sheriff's race

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Sheriff Candidates Debate in Shannon Hills?

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E.J. Harris

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Comment by Shirley Reynolds on September 9, 2010 at 2:08pm
Joe Lee, you don't think running a jail has changed since you ran a jail?
How many years ago? I would think the Prison Population has changed
since you ran one and also the equipment. Why don't you just let Harris
and Pennington run the law enforcement and you try to do your part on
the city council board.
Comment by Shelli Russell on September 9, 2010 at 12:33pm
Hey, how 'bout you start a Discussion? That way, people in this group can choose whether to follow it, instead of having to opt out of the group because of too many emails on the same topic. See above this and to the left, where it says +Start Discussion? Please click there and get after it!
Comment by Spanky on September 9, 2010 at 10:42am
what does the fairplex have to do with EJ Harris? Wait.. I know, there is a great similarity between the two, They both FAILED! Thanks for the reference.
Comment by Shirley Reynolds on September 9, 2010 at 9:48am
Spanky, this will be the entertainment that we were going to get from the
Fair Plex. I bet Sheriff Joe Arpao would not agree that this would be a
bad idea. Still better the business could say they were being protected
because they could see the prisoners in pink sweltering in the hot sun
of Arkansas. The crooks might think twice before they were so anxious
to get into trouble.
Comment by Spanky on September 8, 2010 at 11:21pm
Shirley, that was a funny, the thought of prisoners in pink at the courthouse lawn, just lost Harris every vote from every business in the square.
Comment by Shirley Reynolds on September 8, 2010 at 9:33pm
I heard if EJ Harris is elected as Sheriff the new rule will be all prisioners
will be wearing pink and living in tents on the court house lawn. Has anyone else heard this? He sounds like a tough Sheriff to me.
Comment by Joe Lee on September 8, 2010 at 9:21pm
pam if god permits me to do so,im tonight going to write a letter to courier for all to see just what its like to run a jail from my own experience. maybe the courier will print it,we will see,...
Comment by Pam Harcrow on September 8, 2010 at 6:13pm
In response to Joe Lee's statement about the sheriff of Miller County saying his jail was a problem. One of my husband's best friends is Bob Dunn, Sheriff of Calhoun County. He said his job would be perfect were it not for the "having do deal with the jail". He, too, has had 309 prisoners who "conned" people into doing things against the rules. Jails must be, by their very nature, problematic for whomever is in charge of them! Most people don't wind up there by singing too loud in the choir!!
Comment by Kenneth Ray on September 8, 2010 at 5:51pm
As a voter I deserve to hear the complete truth and evidence involved. I am not the candidate therefore I do not have to prove anything. I disapprove of what Milligan said and I am most likely not even voting for him but To be called childish by a candidate for asking questions is rather insulting as a human being, a voter, and a respectful citizen is unacceptable. If you can't take questions and constructive criticism then you don't need to be in politics.
Comment by Kenneth Ray on September 8, 2010 at 5:45pm
Bag, I'm not insinuating anything but mr Harris has contradicted himself and he has tried to bring his side to the table. He has essentially called the property owner a liar. He made a statement on this site saying the sign was back up at Hwy five and alcoa and yet it is not. I provided quotes and links from the courier regarding the matter and all the evidence has gone against him in this matter. I have made my case and asked my questions. I am asking for the truth and is he calling the property owner a liar. See previous comments and research courier records yourself I have and posted some. As far as dates times etc... Take every post involved in this race and see how statements contradict themselves. I never called Mr Harris a liar or insinuated that at any point. What I did ask was if he was calling the property owner a liar and if the courier was incorrect about the article that he demand an apology and a retraction.
 
 
 

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